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Mailenable Webmail

Discussion in 'Plesk for Windows - 8.x and Older' started by ntranced, Jul 9, 2005.

  1. ntranced

    ntranced Guest

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    Using Plesk 7.5 for WIndows and Mailenable Pro. Mailenable works fine, everything seems ok but Plesk doesnt seem to be creating a virtual directory for webmail (e.g. if users site is www.user.com then there is a virtual dir created called /webmail which allows www.user.com/webmail to access the mailenable webmail).

    Although Plesk is adding a DNS A entry for webmail.user.com this doesnt work and just gives a 404/bad host requested. Have I gone wrong somewhere?
     
  2. Antony

    Antony Guest

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    Plesk creates vhost in IIS called webmail(default) with settings for all domains (Wed Sites - webmail- properties - web site - advanced). The commonly used application is HORDE, but there is an opportunity to use MailEnable`s webmail client.
    So there is no need to create separate vhosts for each domain.
    When you are entering webmail.domain.com you are getting HORDE`s login screen. I think it is much better to use this type then creating subdomain for each webmail app for each domain. Just imagine that your server is hosting 200 - 300 domains - what a mess will be then with sites, domains and subdomains!
     
  3. Mr.Incredible

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    You can use meinstaller.exe utility (Mail Enable\bin) to repair your webmail settings, but select from list webmail(default) only.
    P.S. and do not repair anything except ME webmail - it's dangerous.
     
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